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Here's an example of a MapServer service (version 7.1-dev) providing a WCS 2.0 service using GeoTiffs as the data source. Here we have a GetCoverage request for an image/png output format: ...


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I suggest you to use MapProx (http://mapproxy.org/) which does what you need. Alternatively, see this answer which develops your procedure a bit further: How do I create a mapserver config file for tiles downloaded from WMTS service? .


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You don't need to set up a mapserver to access the tiles. Depending on the software you use, you can simply add the file structure. I have put together some workflows a while ago, unfortunately only in German: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/User:Ajoessen/eigene_Tiles For the use in QGIS, the Tile layer plugin does a better work than manipulating the ...


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Current QGIS .MAP export plugin (RT MapServer Exporter) was difficult to install on Windows 64 bit and yet, the resulting MAP file does not suit my needs. The solution for me is to: 1) Downloaded tiles using the tool in the Basemap.AT page. Ensure you enable the checkbox in order to generate the .pgw files, which define the geographical location of each ...


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I think you should play around with GeoServer, and you can start with the examples here. It should be easy enough to follow. GeoServer will be doing something that you have less control over, though, and if you want to actually to interpolation, I'd use QGIS, or if you have money, ArcGIS (it does Kriging easily, which is super-fancy mathematically magical ...


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I wrote some php mapscript a while ago to inject a some custom information into my WMS GetCapabilities response ~ adding an extended capabilities section to make an INSPIRE compliant service, prior to that functionality becoming available natively in MapServer 6.2. The starting point was a MapServer for Windows (MS4W) installation with an endpoint of for ...


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I'm using a ms4w build http://www.maptools.org/ms4w/. It's quite enough for me, but it seems to be frozen. Also you can use OSGeo4w package http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo4w/.


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This is not exactly what you asked for, but it could be a suitable starting point for your heatmap. I created a simple python script for converting geohashes to 3d Google Earth representations. This isn't exactly what you asked for, but if you'd like to create a cool looking thematic map (based on geohash) this will get you started. You can get the code ...


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I believe this has been answered before, this individual had a similar problem. Best of luck.


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According to a recent comparison of different mapping engines in performing tile seeding (see Section 4.3), MapServer should be much faster than GeoServer. Is there any re-projection of geometries in your rendering stack? An old version of MapServer might have the same issue with proj4 lib as Mapnik had.


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Finally I used geo-fence, a geoserver plugin for security management. It has a Restful API for adding,managing,ect of users,roles,rules,....



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